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Gov. Livingston Boys JV Soccer Win Over Hillside (1-0)

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Nick Creavey against Hillside. Credits: Frank Clark
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Andrew Gallitelli outside against Hillside. Credits: Frank Clark
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Ryan Clark's pass against Hillside. Credits: Frank Clark
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Credits: Frank Clark
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Credits: Frank Clark
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Credits: Frank Clark
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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -  Gov. Livingston Boys JV Soccer wins against Hillside (1-0) at the UCIAC Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 12.

After a scoreless first half, Nick Creavey headed the ball for the only goal and win.

Gov. Livingston's next regular season game is Tuesday, Oct. 15 against Plainfield 4 p.m home.

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